Innerstanding Death

By Michelle Matthews

It is never easy depending on the way one dies to accept the lost of a love one or getting use to the fact they are no longer physically in our presence.
Despite the obvious, there is comfort in knowing that even though they have moved on, they are now beginning another journey. As we cling to memories to assist with our grieving process just know you are energy and will always exists.

Needless to say those who have moved on finds ways to communicate with you to let you know they are there.

Books for further reading:

Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsh Book 1, Book 2 Book 3 or The Complete Conversations with God which comprises of all 3 books.

Far Journeys by Robert A Monroe

Nothing in this book is true But exactly how things are by Bob Frissell


Death No. 1 Transitioning

That which we have become familiar with as death and its morbid nature is one noone wants to talk about, however it is merely a transforming and an ascension process. It is difficult to conceptualize who you are without your body, so the mere fact that it is no longer with you generates a fear of no longer existing. We are not our bodies we are eternal energy. When we go through the transition of moving to another frequency it is called rebirthing. Death is one of the greatest gifts to vibrate your spirit to higher realms. It is only at the point of death for some of us we comprehend our eternal selves, that innerstanding is accessible before death.
One question to ask ourselves, is? do we have a memory of death? NO. The only memory that serves us is the one that is in the present. Which is the life we know now.

Death transition can be so fast depending on the way one died that you quickly moved to your next form without recollection of the last or for those who are highly evolved they retain all information to guide them through the next stage of this multi-dimensional plain.

The elevation of a friend, love one and family member depending on the way they died can be painful however the divine source which created you have all intentions for you to fulfill your soul journey in this life and any other.

Nature is one perspective which knows rebirthing well and renewal of energy.
Ever noticed how we assume that we have killed the shrubs and grass and yet they continue to grow even when you have uprooted it. What about the tree limbs we trim and it regenerates itself. I say this to say we to are from that same energy source and operates exactly the same way, we just need to know how that all works. Hence are purpose here on earth ” know thyself”.

Death is the beginning of another story. Out of body experiences are one of the many ways to further examine your eternal self. This is done through meditative states or one dying and returning to the their body. Often the individual remembers feelings of unconditional love, peace, being greeted by a family member, shown the akashic record (your life experiences).
The supreme being that we shared our desire to remember ourselves on this life journey created life and all forms of life. The energy is no different to how information is received and out put like electricity, Internet, cable or a telephone line. It is forever and forever will be. ” I think therefore I am” René Descartes.

Death No. 2 Tuning in

When the ones you love have moved on in their journey and no longer in our physical presence they find ways in which to communicate with us.
Such ways are:

  • tend to hear them call our name
  • their smell, whether it was their favourite perfume
  • present themselves in our dreams
  • visit from time to time (ghosts, this just means you have now vibrated at their frequency and you can see them)
  • an item you know you placed on the table or bed is no longer there and is placed elsewhere
  • tap on the shoulder
  • A familiar song

These are just a few of the many ways those who have ascended, reminds us of our eternal existence.
The great part about tuning in is their is always a message. Be still and be guided by your thoughts. The moment you think about your dead relatives, the moment they suddenly pop into your head, they are there with you. Trust your intuition it is a very real part of who you are and it plays a vital role in connecting to vibrations. Your first sense is to feel. Feel their presence, innerstand also why you need to have them and the guidance they offer.

As much as we would like to think that our love ones are reaching out to us after passing, sometimes it’s you who are subconsciously communicating with them. How? You cannot help but think about them continously and they cannot help but respond to your calls. They can hear you and like a blink of an eye there are there with you. Hearing is not only speaking out loud it is also our thoughts. You might sometimes think there are not because you might be looking for the obvious. This is a new journey for you to tap into the unfamiliar frequency of the spiritual/ energy world, which is very much a part of the learning process for you to not hold on to the physcial and assisting with your evolving journey as a spiritual being and a reminder of who you truly are.

Death No. 3 letting go

The healing process cannot be measured when coping with any lost. Know they have experienced what they needed to and they chose to move on, its you who feels there was more to be done. At the time of death just in the living you have choices so too in death. Imagine you were killed in a terrible accident, seeing your body and its condition can only mean immense pain and suffering before some relief to your body in the physcial realm you just left, would you come back into it? Dying from an illness let’s use cancer, would you come back into it? You don’t get a new body if you want to return at the time of death you get the same one, so would you rather not move on? Whether later on, you come back into the family in a new body if that is your journey?

Every being has chosen a particular path in which they wish to have a particular experience once you have rebirth you have accomplished what you wanted to.
Example. There are those who are in full self awareness and before leaving this earth they have put some things in place. Not only have they planned their funeral (Wake/ Celebrations) they have sent you on some errands that by the time you return they have transition. They have also said their good byes. Change is constant and never easy to cope with when it takes us away from our comfort zone. However change is nature and no day is ever the same. Take time to enjoy the moments shared with love ones as it cannot be repeated. Live each moment as its the first time it was said,” the present is all that is guaranteed”.

Grieving is an individual experience; there’s no right or wrong way to grieve. How you grieve depends on your personality and coping style, your life experience, your faith, and how significant the loss was to you.
Inevitably, the grieving process takes time. Healing happens gradually; it can’t be forced or hurried—and there is no “normal” timetable for grieving. Some people start to feel better in weeks or months. For others, the grieving process is measured in years. Whatever your grief experience, it’s important to be patient with yourself and allow the process to naturally unfold.

Trying to ignore your pain or keep it from surfacing will only make it worse in the long run. For real healing it is necessary to face your grief and actively deal with it.

Feeling sad, frightened, or lonely is a normal reaction to loss. Crying doesn’t mean you are weak. You don’t need to “protect” your family or friends by putting on a brave front. Showing your true feelings can help them and you.

Crying is a normal response to sadness, but it’s not the only one. Those who don’t cry may feel the pain just as deeply as others. They may simply have other ways of showing it.

There is no right or wrong time frame for grieving. How long it takes can differ from person to person.
Moving on means you’ve accepted your loss—but that’s not the same as forgetting. You can move on with your life and keep the memory of someone or something you lost as an important part of you. In fact, as we move through life, these memories can become more and more integral to defining the people we are.




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